Kobenhavns Radhus, Copenhagen
About Kobenhavns Radhus, Copenhagen
Kobenhavns Radhus, Copenhagen - Address, Phone Number
Address: Rådhuspladsen 1, 1599 København V, Denmark
Time Required: 01:30 Hrs
Timings: 09:00 am - 04:00 pm Details
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With the kilometre stone showing a ‘zero’ here, the Copenhagen City Hall marks the absolute heart of Copenhagen. The whole building was completed by early 20th century and was designed by architect Martin Nyrop who embraced the National Romantic style and design to justify the richly embellished structure with a clock tower peaking to its left. The tower stands tall at more than 105 metres and can be spotted even from a distance.
Today, the city hall marks an important cultural centre in Copenhagen and is best explored by taking a guided tour to unravel its stories.
- The Absalon relief
- The Clock tower with a functional clock that dates back to 1905 and chimes every quarter of an hour.
Kobenhavns Radhus Ticket Prices
- Monday- Friday: 50 DKK per person
- Saturday: DKK 50
Tower tour prices: DKK 30
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Kobenhavns Radhus Opening and Closing Hours
- Monday- Friday: at 10.00 am and at 3.00 pm in Danish; at 1.00 pm in English
- Saturday: at 10.00 am in English, at 11.00 am in Danish
Tour to the Tower:
- Monday- Friday: at 11.00 am and at 2.00 pm
- Saturday: at 12.00 pm
How To reach Kobenhavns Radhus by Public Transport
- By Subway: Norreport (2 kilometers away)
- By Train: Copenhagen Central Station/ Kobenhavns Hovedbanegard
- By Bus: Radhuspladsen (H.C. Andersens Boulevard)
- By Taxi
- By renting a Bicycle
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Beautiful building, inside and out. If you are lucky, you will see cute couples getting married. Right now (November 2017) there are works everywhere as you can see in the pictures.
The building here is absolutely beautiful. We came here to be married and it was a great choice. The staff did a great job of making things uncomplicated and yet both dignified and joyful. But even if you don't have a special occasion it's worth visiting here to see some beautiful architecture and perhaps look at the current art exhibit on display.
Beautiful building inside and out. Absolutely would recommend taking a tour and walking to the top. It's a long way and not made for the not so physically fit. But it's definitely worth it!
I was here with my husband for our wedding. The staffs were soooo friendly and nice. They made our wedding was really smooth and uncomplicated. First time came there I was impressed by the architecture of the building, so I and my husband explored tge building and the garten to take picture after wedding ceremony.
Wonderful building. Must visit and look up the World Clock a mechanical clock that it designed to run for thousands of years.
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